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Know All About The Pouplar Achaars Of India

Lemon Pickle, a traditional Indian condiment made with lemons, spices, salt, and oil, is traditionally eaten as a side in Indian meals and believed to aid digestion.

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Mango Pickle, a popular Indian pickle, is made with high-quality mangoes and is known by various names. Made with the authentic Godavari recipe, it is a simple feast for long-lasting Avakaya memories.

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Andhra Gongura pickle can prevent osteoporosis, improve bone density, and regulate blood pressure due to its potassium content, reducing the risk of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases.

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Lahsun ka Achar, a North Indian Punjabi-style Garlic Pickle, is a family recipe with a delightful spice, salt, sour, and sweet flavour, perfect for Indian meals.

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Lal Mirch Ka Achar is a stunning Indian recipe featuring Banarasi-style stuffed red chilli pickle, a popular speciality made with fresh red chillies.

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Sweet pickles, similar to dill pickles, are made with less sugar in a brine mixture, not to be confused with candied pickles, which are packed in a syrup-like brine.

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Dill pickles are cucumbers soaked in a brine or vinegar base, often with herbs and seasonings, then turned into pickles through the brining process.

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